All the news of the week including Samsungs new A52 launched on St Patricks Day, why people share fake news and serious jail time for a Twitter hacker.
Twitter Ireland is considering a full time move to home working for employees. Dusty thinks this is a dreadful idea and for good reason.
We hear about that, how Trumps latest shot at Huawei is the opposite of Ireland and why halving of Bitcoin is not such a bad thing.
Finally, we have more of your brilliant ideas to move business online to cope with covid.
This week, find out what exactly the end of EU roaming means, how Twitter will break its golden rule and share a chat with John Buckley from UX Consultancy Frontend about design thinking.
Why it’s been a bad week for Boards.ie and Twitter, Vodafone go head-to-head with new Saorview and our guest is with a Galway man called Alison with millions of online students.
Our unlikely tech heros are the EU! Hear more about their plan for a Single Digital Market which will greatly simplify your life and the price of everything from Amazon deliveries to mobile roaming costs to taking Netflix on holiday.
Plus, get a glimpse of the future with Oculous VR, how Apple are trying to kill Spotify and why Twitter’s Periscope is in the ringer with HBO.
In addition to the latest from Facebook’s F8 conference, stay up-to-date on Twitters new live video service amd join us at NCAD to find out about the design that makes tech interaction practical.